The Office of Graduate Medical Education (GME) at the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix is your partner. We will support you with any concern or feedback. We are committed to creating and sustaining a safe and inclusive clinical learning environment. We take your feedback very seriously.
Reporting concerns or giving feedback takes courage. Sharing your feedback with us will not only help you resolve your issue, but it can also help create a better environment for your peers. It takes all of us to make sure our peers are treated with respect and experience a great learning environment.
The GME ombuds will review your report to determine the appropriate next steps based on the type of report and details in the form. Reports of alleged mistreatment and negative learning experiences reported through the feedback form will be reviewed and handled in a timely manner. The person submitting a report can also designate whether he or she wants to have the concern addressed immediately or to delay the review until the next cycle of routine feedback.
To learn more about the process — what may happen after you submit, who will see your report and more — please review the FAQs. If you like to provide feedback on the form itself, please fill out this form.
Protection from Retaliation
Retaliation against or intimidation of any individual who seeks advice, raises a concern, or reports unprofessional misconduct or mistreatment in good faith will not be tolerated. Anyone who deliberately makes a false accusation with the purpose of harming or retaliating against another member of the UArizona College of Medicine – Phoenix community will be investigated and appropriately addressed.
- Teacher Learner Compact Policy.
- Professionalism Policy.
- Reporting Mistreatment or Harassment of Medical Students.
Download a flyer (PDF) with a QR code that links directly to this page. This can be posted in team rooms or wherever you think would be helpful.